Located in the foothills of Australia's great Dividing Range, Alexandra is the
gateway to Lake Eildon, as well as providing access to the Victoria High Country
and the snowfields.
With the discovery of gold in 1866, this historic town,
originally known as Redgate, was named after Princess Alexandra, the Princess of
Wales. Agriculture and timber soon replaced gold as the main industry, but today
tourism has become a driving force, and an important industry for the whole
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